Latency: Number 1 Metric for Your Cloud


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Sponsored by STORPOOL

Friday, July 17, 2020
11 am EDT

When building a cloud, companies usually focus on cost and throughput metrics (MB/s, IOPS). The result is often underwhelming. In this webinar, you will learn how very low storage latency is the thing that directly drives high performance for all applications. We will then contrast the typical “throughput” benchmarking with “latency” benchmarking.

We will demonstrate the impact of latency on user-visible application performance metrics, such as time to load a web page and database TPS (Transactions Per Second).

Join the webinar "Latency: Number 1 metric for your cloud", organized by StorPool Storage and learn:

  • What drives the speed of your cloud;
  • How to resolve low latency issues once and for all;
  • What tools you need to measure the relevant performance metrics of your cloud;
  • How your cloud compares to the leading public clouds on the market.

The Speaker of the webinar will be Boyan Krosnov, CPO of StorPool Storage, who will compare the typical “throughput” benchmarking with “latency” benchmarking and will demonstrate the impact of latency on user-visible application performance metrics. In addition, you’ll see how application performance metrics from the leading hyper-scale public clouds compare to a best-of-breed Software-Defined Cloud.

Boyan Krosnov
CPO - StorPool
Boyan Krosnov is a Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of StorPool Storage. He has been part of the technical teams building 5 service providers from scratch in 4 countries. In most of these projects, he has designed the architecture, led the technical teams, and managed the implementation of projects in the millions. 

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